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Hobbema

Meindert . 1638--1709, Dutch painter of peaceful landscapes, usually including a watermill
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It started with the four bands of Hobbema, but not a lot was happening.
The Samson Cree "have recently been awarded a gaming licence in Hobbema, but they also came here (Ontario) and researched gaming and the social impacts of gaming on the community .
The southern boundary is marked by a mission point at the First Nation of Hobbema and the rural charge of Killam and Galahad.
The Samson Cree Nation of Hobbema opened Peace Hills' doors 13 years ago using oil and gas revenues.
In 1972, Maskwacis Cultural College opened its doors as a cultural education centre in Hobbema.
11 during his stop at the Maskwacis Cree Nation in Alberta, where Anaya held a community session in Hobbema, the rapporteur said "More so than making reference to the (United Nations Declaration for the Rights of Indigenous People), several (of you made reference) to your treaties and I hear the importance of your treaties to the relationship you seek to have with Canada, with the larger society, through your histories, through your place in the world, through your affirmation of your rights.
It is particularly rich in genre paintings, landscapes by the Dutch Italianates and the work of some outstanding artists--Rembrandt first of all, but also Steen, Metsu, Willem van de Velde, Meindert Hobbema and Willem van Mieris.
the landscapes of Hobbema call out and bring truth out from concealment.
The Alexander lineup though included six players who had helped the Hobbema Challengers win the women's division at the 2002 Canadian Native Fastball Championships in Brandon, Man.
Just think of the Hobbema case dealing with over $1 billion in trust funds.
These organizations will be working with Six Independent Alberta First Nations of Hobbema, Tribal Chiefs Employment and Training Services Association, Community Futures Treaty Seven, to provide on-reserve First Nations youth ages 18-24 with personalized assessments and job training plans.
The 46-year-old from Alberta's Samson Cree First Nation in Hobbema will be recognized in the Lifetime Achievement category at the Dreamcatcher Foundation's awards night.